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James P. Coultas

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Name plate.
Name plate.

James P. Coultas, Agricultural engineer of Grantham.

presumably James P. Coultas carried on the business of his father James Coultas, Junior which had been trading as James Coultas in Spittlegate, Grantham.

1894 June. Royal Agricultural Society's Show. Plough with reversible share [1]

1910 James P. Coultas died; his son, James Riley Coultas, presumably took over the business.

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